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motion hearings begin today in the death of 17--old christopher brown. police say there was a confrontation when browned fell unconscious. he had been with a group of teenagers that reportedly threw rocks at the officers front door. the trial is set to begin next tuesday. >> nice, bright day today. a big difference in temperatures. struggling to get out of the 30's, into the 40's. we started the morning in the 20's. wide picture, nothing going on. plenty of sunshine. no clouds. a couple of showers in carolina, kentucky and tennessee, but what catches your eye is the distance in the great lakes that will plague us all weekend long, starting tomorrow with a ring chance. today, we see the sun shine in chilly temperatures. eventually, temperatures come up, and i will be tell it all coming up. >> today, the winner martin o'malley signed several proclamations' regarding -- governor martin o'malley signed several proclamations regarding last month's election, including the same-sex marriage law. couples waited in line for the montgomery county clerk's office to open so th
to the death of a 58-year- old man. the nypd makes an arrest. terrell brown reports for wjz, the grisly scene unfolded before a crowd of cameras. >> reporter: two days after this now infamous confrontation, on a subway platform in midtown, manhattan, led to the death of kesuk hahn. the grisly event unfolded before a crowded station and a number of cameras. >> the train was about three- quarters into the platform. you know, it was slowing down by that point. but then after it started slowly going to the platform, you almost heard like a thud, a thud. like something was hit under the train. >> reporter: nayim davis, seen here arguing with the victim, was apprehended tuesday. the 30-year-old street vendor reportedly confessed after being spotted boy an off-duty police officer. he recently shaved his head but was recognized by this newsstand operator. >> he said that's not me. and i recognized him. >> reporter: charges against davis are expected today. and investigators have plenty of photographic eferredz from the scene. r. umar abassi, a freelance phot
the clash. it's not a about a christmas tree and tinsel and charlie brown. this is about an assault on christian america that's been going on for many many years. now surely you know that you can bash christians all day long in this country with no consequence. surely you know that. >> do i know that except for the consequence of us speaking out as we are doing now. >> bill: who is speaking out beside me? >> lots of people are speaking out. >> bill: who, name them? >> i'm sitting here. >> bill: you sat the "fox & friends" people silly. and isn't it silly to diminish christmas by even engaging here? >> no, what i said to them it is that it is silly. sillness in a way of for example calling a menorah a holiday candle stick. that's silly. it's irrational. it's not good. what i was trying to say is it's important for us to speak out but not to get upset to the point in which our christmas, my christmas becomes all about being angry at people who are not living christian -- >> bill: i don't think anybody is in that category. i'm certainly not. my charge here is to keep this country sane
. dennis: should republicans hold out and let us go over the fiscal click? john brown of euro pacific capital is with us and former adviser to british prime minister margaret thatcher and he joins us with his take. thanks for being with us. do you think we are going over the cliff? >> cliff of sorts. the fiscal cliff was created by politicians who lack the courage to do the best for the american people. and already has done severe damage to the economy. now we have democrats who want to suck money out of the economy in tax and we have rhino republicans in name only who wants spending cuts. both those things will do damag% to the economy and any compromise will damage the economy and push it further into deep recession. neither side discusses the real problem which is the enormous costs of big government. cost in money and regulations and intrusion. neither side discusses that because they are career politicians and big government is their career. dennis: what should republicans do? should they cave and let tax rates go up on the rich or hold out and let the company -- the country go o
to have an electric car or natural gas-powered car and you see what happens. senator brown alexander has been a real leader in this and he even has an electric car. he is going the distance here, walking the walk. that's the kind of thing government can do. government can do a lot on the regulatory side to slow things down if you forget to have effective cost-benefit analysis, but it can do a lot on the project side to really find something that works and the community becomes the laboratory for change and that others can then model. you do not have to do it everywhere and if you can show in water to a location that there really work. that is the driving force behind the idea of that lamar has been a significant spokesperson for. >> do like that car? >> i do like it. i have driven my leaf. for a lit -- for a year-and-a- half. i live in this building in a plug in the wall when i go home at night. that's all i have to do. deployment communities are a good idea. sometimes the government can have a demonstration project that makes a difference. they did a hydraulic factory and we have had fr
. >> even among 6-year-olds, she's not afraid to shock. today, the brown paper bag test. she stops each child entering the classroom and compares their skin tone to a paper bag. >> let me see your arm. can you put your arm out for me? okay. you got to sit in the back. >> lighter than the bag, you can sit in the front. it's a real test from the early 1900s. used by social organizations like churches and fraternities and neighborhood groups to decide who was light skinned enough to join. >> was it too extreme to do to little kids? >> the more shocking the activity is the better because it's going to stick with them. >> why are you all feeling bad? >> she showed us that dark skin had to sit in the back and light skin had to sit in the front. i didn't think it was fair. >> it's an eye-opening report. "who is black in america" airs on cnn this sunday, 8:00 p.m. eastern and pacific. >>> kyung lah is back with another "360 bulletin." >>> new violent protests in egypt aimed at president morsi. they broke through barricades protecting the presidential palace while demonstrators outside cairo thr
and allegedly speeding, car hit the curb and flipped, skidded. and linebacker jerry brown was taken to a hospital and he was pronounced dead. who says no such thing as a free lunch? is the federal government giving new york schools to 30 million dollars to help school lunches and it's supposed to help hurricane sandy and it's spent on kids. the program leaves out long island and new jersey children. clayton? >> let's talk football. >> alisyn: let's do it. >> clayton: i am. it was billed as america's game yesterday. the army-navy showdown a classic. vice-president biden gets things underway with a coin toss and navy would open up the scoring, not to be outdone, army comes right back, and the quarterback with the 11 yard up the middle keeper there. and just out to the fourth. and navy down three, they go ahead with four minutes to go. and then two minutes left and as if things weren't tight enough. army with the winning score and they hand off and navy recovers with a 17-13 win and so broken up, crying, he had to be consoled by four star general, and navy has now beaten army. and you
't expect to hear anything about relationship with chris brown in it. >> trying to be the next heidi klum, fashion/reality show. >> from a music perspective. >> right. >> she has been very fashionable. >> she looks good in anything. ain't that right, willis? >> that's right. >> willis' baby. we have to fight over her, willis. >>> also, grammy nominations came out yesterday. run through these quickly, most nominated -- kanye west, jay-z, frank ocean, dan aurbach, mumford and suns, and the huge hit "we are young." now in terms of album of the year nominations, el camino, the black keys, some nights by fun, i should know that, i don't, mumford and suns. channel orange, frank ocean, and blunderbuss, jack white. best new artists, alabama shakes, fun, hunter hayes, lumineers, and frank ocean. congratulations to all of the guys. grammys coming up in a few weeks. >> i recognized about two of them. >>> so angelina jolie, believe it or not, she's telling a britain news station, that she is considering retirement. listen to this quote -- i enjoyed being an actress, so grateful for the job, had great
headquarters in atlanta, this is "cnn saturday morning." some are calling it the next roe v. wade or brown v. board of education. the issue the u.s. supreme court agreed to take on that will make history. >> all of those who argued for nonintervention because of the things that might happen have now happened because we failed to intervene. >>> when is enough enough? that is the question many are asking about syria, as the death toll climbs and concerns mount over chemical weapons. now some lawmakers are saying it may be too late to stop mass destruction. >>> and a toddler taken from the only parents she ever knew because of a little known federal law. now they're fighting to get her back, and may be on their way to the supreme court. i'll talk with them live. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 10:00 on the east coast, 7:00 on the west. thanks so much for starting your day with us. it was supposed to be just for laughs. humor. the listeners with a lighthearted prank. two radio deejays called the london hospital where the duchess of cambridge was being treated and tricked a nurs
car or natural gas-powered car and you see what happens. senator brown alexander has been a real leader in this and he even has an electric car. he is going the distance here, walking the walk. that's the kind of thing government can do. government can do a lot on the regulatory side to slow things down if you forget to have effective cost-benefit analysis, but it can do a lot on the project side to really find something that works and the community becomes the laboratory for change and that others can then model. you do not have to do it everywhere and if you can show in water to a location that there really work. that is the driving force behind the idea of that lamar has been a significant spokesperson for. >> do like that car? >> i do like it. i have driven my leaf. i live in this building in a plug in the wall when i go home at night. that's all i have to do. deployment communities are a good idea. sometimes the government can have a demonstration project that makes a difference. they did a hydraulic factory and we have had fracking are around forever. three things made a di
into straight families. not all are accepting. brian brown and his wife have seven children. the more children someone has the likelier they are to have a gay or lesbian child. to be a gay, male child would be a real nightmare and a struggle but that is often what happens and what changes a family. >> what i think is fascinating about this theory of it is from a very early point in the struggle for gay and lesbian rights as a kind of social movement, explicitly, because it's a long struggle. the political act of coming out was so central for that reason. but there's a level which, i think it's almost to the point where it happened so quickly, you can think it was inevitable. it was also engineered. there was a lot of work that went into this. >> a lot of work and thought. it didn't seem inevitable when they suggested gay people should be inturned or have tattoos on arms or buttocks to stop the spread of aids and hiv. there were dark moments. aids, even, because it outed so many people changed the discussion and changed the dialogue. it outed people as partying gay, chaps of the pride parade. i
right now. the cycle of protests, the an anti-government anger. we're joined now by fooud brown. >> even as the international community obviously applauded egypt's efforts in bringing about the cease-fire in gaza, there is concern and anxiety about what's happening there. >> so are we on the verge of another revolution in egypt? >> you know, wolf, it's very interesting. now, we know that president morsi has a ph.d from the university of southern california in structural engineering. we know that he may be a very good engineer, but he sure is a very poor politician. you get elected with 57% of the vote, now you have a polarized, divided country, and then you impose these emergency powers on november 22nd. and listen to this. figure this out. on november 22nd, he grants the constitution assembly that's drafting the constitution two more months, and lo and behold, a week later, on november 29, this constitutional assembly, without women, without secularists, without cops, gives the country a new constitution. it's not a very brilliant democratic game to play. >> so what do you see unfolding
rail authority. governor brown is as committed as governor and the country to this project which obviously is very. we also have a committed assembling california but had to take a vote to sell the bottom. the house and senate in california voted for this project. you'll know they represent the people in california in the assembly, in sacramento. so at the very top leadership in california, we have people supporting this that we need to support it. we also have several companies talking with the governor and his staff in the high-speed rail authority about investing in california. we know this project cannot or will not be built with total federal dollars. we don't have enough money here to do that. we need private investment. >> that's what i'm trying to lean towards this it appears there is a commitment. we party committed 39% of the $10 million, which be sufficient for the first leg. the first leg is the easy part of it because again it doesn't serve metropolitan areas. the expensive part and more difficult parties down the road and now we'll take a commitment from future cong
was first up, but it looks like it might be texas. excuse me. florida. ms. brown: i'm from florida, and i'm from the home of claude pep per, and he was a -- pepper, and he was mr. social security. and he was here during the time of ronald reagan and he plead sure that social security, which was enacted under the democrats, and i will never forget newt gingrich said he wanted it to wither on the vine. that's been their philosophy. now, i feel that medicaid, medicare and social security is the difference between us and many of the thirled-world countries. in fact, it has been the bedrock of american politics as far as helping to raise the standards. and you know, many of my colleagues often talk about the bible. well, the bible says -- i never heard them say let's help the rich. the bible always talks about the poor and what we need to do to help raise the standards. that's what we're supposed to be doing in the people's house. during the campaign, they constantly confused the american people, talking about the $715 billion that was in both proposals that was savings that we put back into t
, anywhere you want to go with that. >> unbelievable number for brown forman. i thought what was most interesting is jack daniels way old brand, high single digits growth. i think that people just want to get lost in whatever they can get lost in. booze, marijuana, doesn't matter. >> i love that assessment, jim. >> thank you. >> except you drink jack daniels and you drive 90 miles an hour and you smoke a joint you'll get hit by someone going 90 because you're going 15. may be distracted by the munchies you're having. >> john had that terrific cadillac with shot glasses in the glove box. >> i think about the dude. he was mellow. what about -- do you think that was a public -- i mean, if it went up that much, we had an analyst arguing that netflix went up that much after the facebook posting so that it must have been the reason but that didn't get him to admit it must have been public in that many people knew about it to bid up the stock. >> this is a ridiculous story. i loved what you were talking about in terms of public disclosure. i don't follow him on facebook. i regard that as pri
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